Size guide and specifications
|Size||Central Height (nose-mouth)||Side Height||Long|
|M||12.5 cm||5.3 cm||22 cm|
|L||14.5 cm||6.3 cm||23 cm|
Take into account when choosing your size the distance between the nose and the chin, not the size of the head or the width of the face.
Most women choose an M (but if the distance between nose and chin is large, they will choose an L).
Most men choose an L (but if the distance between nose and chin is small, they will choose an M)
Characteristics of the mask:
Reusable hygienic masks for adults and children. Requirements for materials, design, preparation, marking and use.
This device is not a medical device within the meaning of Directive 93/42 or Regulation EU / 2017/745, nor is it a personal protective equipment within the meaning of Regulation EU / 2016/425.
These masks should be used personally.
It should not be used in children under 3 years of age.
Children's masks should always be used under adult supervision.
Mask with filter space. Requires filter for use.
Fabric in contact with the skin, 100% cotton.
CLEANING AND DISINFECTION
For cleaning and disinfection of reusable masks, you can follow
any of the following methods:
Washing and disinfection of the masks with normal detergent and water at a temperature of 60º (normal washing machine cycle).
Then wash with soap and water and rinse well to remove any residue, let it dry, without drying.
Contact between a dirty mask (to be washed) and clean clothing should be avoided. The person in charge of the wash must protect themselves to handle the dirty masks.
Products that can degrade or damage the materials and that diminish their protective capacity should not be used.
It is recommended that the mask dry completely within 2 hours after washing.
It should not be dried or sanitized with a microwave oven.
Both during drying and subsequent storage of the mask, environments in which the mask can be recontaminated should be avoided.
After each wash cycle, a visual inspection should be performed (with protective gloves or washed hands). If any damage to the mask is found (less fit, warping, wear, etc.), the mask should be discarded.
USE OF MASKS
The hygienic mask does not exempt the user from applying barrier gestures complemented by social distancing measures that are essential in accordance with the recommendations indicated by the Ministry of Health.
NOTE: Collective protection measures take priority over individual protection measures.
For the mask to be effective, it must be used correctly as indicated below, for this reason, the donning, use and removal of hygienic masks for children must be supervised by an adult.
Putting on the mask
It is recommended to place the mask on bare skin (that is, without the presence of hair in contact with the user's skin and, for some people, shaved skin) and to respect the following steps:
- Wash your hands with soap and water or rub them with a hydroalcoholic solution before handling the mask.
- Identify the top of the mask.
- Position the mask on the face, at the level of the nose.
- Hold the mask from the outside and fasten the headgear behind it or to both sides of the ears, without crossing them.
- Lower the lower part of the mask to the chin.
DISPOSAL OF THE MASK
To reduce the risks of using these masks, it should be noted that once the maximum number of washes has been exceeded, they should be discarded.
Procedure to dispose of the mask
The masks must be disposed of in a container fitted with a plastic bag (preferably with a lid and non-manual control. It is recommended to use a double bag to preserve the contents of the first bag in case of tear of the outer bag.
Used masks can also be disposed of in bio-waste containers.
MAXIMUM CONTINUED USE DURATION
For reasons of comfort and hygiene, it is recommended not to use the mask for a time greater than 4 hours. In case it gets damp or deteriorates due to use, it is recommended to replace it with another one.
During the period of use, the mask can only be removed in accordance with the instructions described above
The mask should be washed every time it gets dirty, wet, or cannot be properly placed on the face.
The mask should not be used if it is dirty or wet.
If it is to be stored temporarily, contact with any surface should be avoided.
It should also not be placed in a waiting position on the forehead or under the chin during and after use.
This product does not allow its return as it is a personal product, to avoid cross-infection.
MASKS GUIDE OF THE MINISTRY OF CONSUMPTION